totally making this
Try Boudin for the sausage sometime. It works well.
Sounds delicious! I think I can do it :)
I've seen this in Vegetarian Times and other magazines many times over the years (and oh god, don't even mention pinterest et al), so I had a big laugh over how innovative the article writer thought she was being with this triumphant new discovery.
For the record, it is very tasty.
Thanks Alex! I didn't list this recipe as vegetarian on purpose because of the fish sauce. You can skip it and the tofu marinade will still taste okay. But the fish sauce does add a special kick. Some Asian markets carry vegetarian "fish" and "oyster" sauce.
Fish sauce is not vegetarian
You forgot to add the cauliflower to the ingredient list.
I love the taste of it, it has a better taste than that I used to make. Thanks for the recipe, also wanted to share some cake facts and cake recipes which you can find it at "EVERYTHING-CAKE.COM"
Rather than tortillas, maybe you could go full Indian and use Paratha instead. Easy to make, easier to buy.
Use the Kewpie brand mayo (Oceanic sells it as well as other Asian markets) if you want a much more "authentic" flavor. Standard American mayo is very different.
delicious, yummy above all chocolate. the recipe you have shared is awesome i will definitely try it.
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lovely, it looks yummy and easy to bake I will definitely try it
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I'm going to lose some weight, but when I see this delicious, my mouth don't let me do this...
Amen, Muffin Top.
excuse me, really???? who cares if it's ripped off. it's a RECIPE, not a freaking theory on existential ideologies.
Excuse me, did you realize Ree Drummond lifted this recipe from her hometown church's cookbook and never credited the source? When Ree published it in her PW cookbook, she actually added verbiage from one of Martha Stewart's books. Here's the link to the blog that's been exposing the Pioneer Woman's plagiarism for quite some time:
Ok cool but what I was really hoping for was at least a partial list of coffeehouses that brew it?
The difference between these and the 'R' brand is that the chocolate and filling isn't filled with preservatives and fake ingredients.
if you use a 'natural' peanut butter which has a bit of texture to it you will practically duplicate what's inside the R kind
but nobody reads these anyway
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